Ukraine will address to Israel with the request for extradition of ex-President Viktor Yanukovych if he would go there for treatment.
About it follows from the statement during a broadcast on the channel “New times” chief military Prosecutor Anatoly Matios. Says the Prosecutor, ex-the guarantor was declared wanted by the Interpol system, but Israel in this organization is not a member.
Still, between the Prosecutor General of Ukraine and the state of Israel is a legal cooperation.
“There are certain international legal procedure. If you will be fact, we have to turn,” — said Matios.
However, as stated by the Prosecutor, deposed President is unlikely to be resolved on departure.
“I really believe in any movement from outside the reservation, where the ex-President of Ukraine by birth and origin, this former reservation – it is exactly the Rostov region and some small territorial unit where they live under protection is not exactly the Ukrainians, and the intelligence services of another country,” emphasizes Anatoly Matios.
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The injury of the ex-President Viktor Yanukovych turned out to be very serious, because of what he may need moving to Israel for permanent treatment.
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The lawyer said that in Moscow to meet with the defendant Yanukovych he could not, however, he met the Israeli surgeon who told about the healing process of the ex-President.
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